Yeah I know - still applies though. I don't know how the Wifi points are being installed on board, but if there is only one point, say, in the centre of the train, you might not get very good signal if you are at the extreme ends of the train. I don't *really* know much about Wi-fi, as I say, but I know my laptop, when in my room, about 5m from my access point, only gets 'Very Good' not 'Excellent' signal - walls do tend to block signal - I don't know how the walls within a train would affect it though.Simming said:sorry, I meant on trains, should have said that clearer
If you are getting a laptop new, then its highly unlikely you'll need a card - all laptops (AFAIK - I'm 99% sure they all do) come with Wi-fi built in. If you are getting second hand, then you may or may not need a card.FGWFan said:I'm very interested in Wi-Fi, especially when I eventually get a laptop and Wi-Fi card to use.
Here's info on GNER's Wi-Finservice:Simming said:How Good is it?
How Much is it?
How Fast Is It?
Is It Worth carting a laptop with me on trains to use it?